# The Total Nullifier v4.0

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Hi all. Here is my guide cooler of liquid and gas.

It would be interesting to know your opinion and ideas. If this project is interesting to you, i will continue to develop it.

test 222.7z

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How much energy does your device take? How much cool water can it produce? What minimum PW intake does it need to keep producing?

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10 hours ago, alghorabi said:

`I will upload zip if it helps`
9 hours ago, blash365 said:

How much energy does your device take? How much cool water can it produce? What minimum PW intake does it need to keep producing?

1) The consumption does not exceed 2kW, the exact values will not say yet

2) Depends on the temperatures PW and water. If PW 40°C and water 100°C, about 1170kg / cycle at 6-7°C.

3) Depends on the temperatures PW and cooled liquid. Just try to keep the pipe with PW full. Otherwise, the protection system will work and the efficiency will drop (there will be no heat transfer between liquids).

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5 hours ago, Plyg2100 said:

3) Depends on the temperatures PW and cooled liquid. Just try to keep the pipe with PW full. Otherwise, the protection system will work and the efficiency will drop (there will be no heat transfer between liquids).

Let's assume the PW is 40°C and the liquid shall be cooled to 20°C (at ~1000kg / cycle). How much PW would that take?

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4 hours ago, blash365 said:

Let's assume the PW is 40°C and the liquid shall be cooled to 20°C (at ~1000kg / cycle). How much PW would that take?

It is very simple, if water at 100 ° C is required according to the calculation: (100-20)*1000*4179=(121-40)*X*6000 - 21*X*4179

334 320 000 = 486 000 * X - 87 759 * X

X = 840 kg/cycle PW

`approximately, a lot of minor variables participate`